A village under the Glen Innes Severn Council district of New South Wales, Emmaville is situated on the Northern Tablelands in the New England region, 45 kilometres northwest of Glen Innes, 662 kilometres north-northeast of Sydney and 271 kilometres southwest of Brisbane. The town sits on the lands of the Ngarabal people who once called it “Marran” and it remains an important land to them until the present. Emmaville began as a settlement servicing the mining population, but was never proclaimed as a town or village since it was privately owned. Its present name was derived from the name of the wife of Lord Augustus Loftus, the state governor at the time. Today, the mostly rural Emmaville’s main industries include tourism, agriculture and mining. Its places of interest include a mining museum that features a collection of mineral specimens and photos from the town’s early days. Fossicking, or the recreational gathering of minerals, is also a popular tourist activity in the area.
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